RCPE: Resilience and Resolution series
Online short courses
Thursday 2 December 2021 – The Power of Apology: Early resolution skills for healthcare professions
Thursday 2 February 2022 – Managing Challenging Behaviour: Anger, Distress and High Conflict
More than ever, we may find ourselves experiencing complex and challenging behaviours and conversations. These three online short courses aim to explore the reasons for patients, clients and relatives raising concerns, strategies to de-escalate, supporting yourself and colleagues, examining the use of apology as a powerful method of de-escalation, forgiveness, and managing challenging and highly emotive behaviour.
The courses will be hosted online, and will be engaging and experiential including working individually, in small groups using break-out and in plenary. Each course can be taken as a standalone course, or together as a series, and are relevant for all healthcare professions and all grades of medical, nursing, scientific, staff, and allied health professionals.
You can find out more and how to book at: https://events.rcpe.ac.uk/
Each course is worth 3 CPD credits.
Friday 21 January 2022
Our 2022 annual Medical Trainee Conference, organised by the Trainees & Members’ Committee of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, aims to provide an interactive diverse programme, covering important topics relevant to the on-call medic. It will be delivered entirely online. Our programme aims to cover challenging topics as well as highlighting new developments in medicine. We will start the day with a morning covering acute presentations including endocrine emergencies, acute flares of inflammatory bowel disease and the role of mechanical thrombectomy for acute stroke. In the afternoon, we discuss specialty conundrums that present to the medical receiving unit including assessment and treatment of acute kidney injury and recognition of rashes and dermatological emergencies at the front door.
Abstracts are now being invited for 2 major prizes at this event:
The 48th Sir John Halliday Croom Medal will be delivered virtually by the successful candidate at the symposium and is open to a Collegiate Member of any of the 3 (UK) Colleges which includes The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, The Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Glasgow & The Royal College of Physicians of London
The Clinical Lesson Session Prize is an opportunity to deliver a lesson in General Internal Medicine and is open to Collegiate Members, Associates, Foundation Doctors & Medical Students of any of the 3 Royal Colleges (listed above) in the UK. If not selected to present orally, abstracts may be selected for our virtual poster presentation which also carries a prize for best poster.
The deadline for both of the above prizes is 9am, Wednesday 1 December 2021.
Full details on the criteria of submitting an entry, the submission form and how to register are available on the College events page: https://events.rcpe.ac.uk/top-tips-call-medic
The date of the next training day is Friday 28 January 2022. This training day will focus on ‘Valve disease’. Information about the training days including past events, visit our Training Page.
All trainees will be invited to attend virtually via Microsoft Teams. For more information or any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This one-day hybrid event will feature keynote lectures, interactive case based learning and for the first time abstract oral presentations. Delegates can opt to attend face-to-face or online.
The program offers comprehensive updates on key contemporary topics. World class leaders will provide comprehensive review and practical management approach to frequently encountered scenarios in daily clinical practice:
- Understand the aetiology and how to effectively manage Heart Failure and HFpEF
- Address the increasing problem of obesity and its impact on cardiovascular disease,
- Review the rapidly expanding indications for Radiofrequency ablation in atrial fibrillation
- Examine the rapidly growing applications of interventional techniques in structural Heart Disease
- Provide a panoramic view on COVID-19 in the UK and examine the impact on Cardiovascular Disease
- Celebrate our 10th anniversary, looking back at a decade of landmark trials and controversies
Poster Competition: For the very first time this year, the RCPSG are delighted to invite abstract submissions for the Interactive Cardiology Conference poster competition
The top 4 submissions will be selected for a short oral presentation during the conference and all other accepted abstracts will be displayed on a digital showcase throughout the event
Entries for poster competition should relate to case report, audit, quality improvement project or a clinical trial/study. Abstracts should be submitted according to the guidelines which can be found in the downloads section below
The closing date for submissions is Thursday 27 January 2022